Types of Biofuels

There is not one universal biofuel, instead there are multiple biofuels, which include: ethanol, biogas, and biodiesel. Feel free to click on any of these pictures, which will direct you to the "Background" page of this website.


Fast Facts!

  • Biofuels have the capacity to provide about 320% more energy than it took to produce the biofuel itself. (Citation 2)
  • The ethanol industry has recruited about 200,000 jobs in the United States, especially in this economic recession. (Citation 3)
  • Using biofuels now, can prevent the depletion of fossil fuels, which are expected to peak around 2015. (Citation 4)
  • The US plans to increase the amount of biofuels it uses from last years 9 billion gallons to 36 billion by 2022. (Citation 5)


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